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Cherry Kernel Oil, Cold Pressed Organic

Cold Pressed Oils, Organic

Cherry Kernel Oil, Cold Pressed Organic

O&3 presents Cherry Kernel Oil, Cold Pressed Organic

Cherry chops! O&3 presents Cherry Kernel Oil, Cold Pressed Organic. Wild harvested cherries are cold pressed to deliver one of our many fruity oils. Best applied to skin & hair. The oil delivers shine to the hair & serves as a super nutritious emollient to the skin. You will find this oil very straightforward to utilise in your formulations & if you need your fix of essential fatty acids, this is the oil for you.

  • Product code
    K0124
  • INCI Listing
    Prunus Cerasus Seed Oil
  • Manufacturing Method
    O&3 can confirm Cherry Kernel Oil, Cold Pressed Organic is produced via Cold Pressing.
  • Origin
    O&3 can confirm that Cherry Kernel Oil, Cold Pressed Organic Origin is Africa.
  • CAS Number
    89997-53-5
  • EINCS Number
    289-688-3
  • Customs Tariff Code
    1515 9040 00
  • Functionality

    Wild harvested cherries.

    Rich in essential fatty acids, in particular Omega 3 & 6.

    Delivers shine to your hair & the appropriate nutrients to the skin.           

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